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USB Flash Drive

I have generic USB Flash Drive 8GB USB 2.0. After plug in, the files are saved on it. The files remain there as long as the flash Drive is connected to the computer. But once the flash drive is safely removed from the computer and plug in again to check the saved files, no thing is left there ( completely blank). The flash drive has been formatted for a number of times but still giving the same problem. Can you advise me to remove this problem? Thanks
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By chance was the flashdrive formatted in NTFS? If so, try FAT32.
Also, if you are right clicking a file and using "send to", don't do that. Try "copy" instead, then go to My Computer, right click your flashdrive and select "paste." Then safely remove and see if the files are there.

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